With one week to go, FIFA would not confirm whether Sepp Blatter will attend the Women's World Cup Final in Canada following dual investigations into the sport's governing body by U.S. and Swiss justice authorities.
Blatter would normally attend the final and hand over the trophy to the captain of the winning team but FIFA will not confirm whether he or secretary general Jerome Valcke will attend.
A FIFA spokesperson said: "In terms of the FIFA president and the FIFA secretary general, their future...
MOSCOW --Fabio Capello survived a crucial meeting of the Russian Football Union's executive committee on Wednesday amid widespread speculation the national coach would be fired, but he still faces talks on his future.
BRUSSELS -- Belgium's football federation could seek compensation for the money spent on its unsuccessful bid for the 2018 World Cup if there evidence of criminal wrongdoing in FIFA's choice of Russia as host.
Federation president Francois de Keersmaecker told Belgian daily Het Nieuwsblad that "if fraud is proven, it is clear that we will ask for damages."